The philosophy of B*rtr*nd R*ss*ll
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The philosophy of B*rtr*nd R*ss*ll

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  • THE PHILOSOPHY OF MR. B*RTR*ND R*SS*LL
  • WITH AN APPENDIX OF LEADING PASSAGES FROM CERTAIN OTHER WORKS
    • EDITED BY PHILIP E. B. JOURDAIN
      • LONDON: GEORGE ALLEN & UNWIN LTD. RUSKIN HOUSE             40 MUSEUM STREET, W.C. 1 CHICAGO: THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING CO.
    • LONDON: GEORGE ALLEN & UNWIN LTD. RUSKIN HOUSE             40 MUSEUM STREET, W.C. 1 CHICAGO: THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING CO.
  • EDITOR’S NOTE
  • CONTENTS
  • ABBREVIATIONS
    • CHAPTER I
  • THE INDEFINABLES OF LOGIC
    • CHAPTER II
  • OBJECTIVE VALIDITY OF THE “LAWS OF THOUGHT”
    • CHAPTER III
  • IDENTITY
    • CHAPTER IV
  • IDENTITY OF CLASSES
    • CHAPTER V
  • ETHICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE LAW OF IDENTITY
    • CHAPTER VI
  • THE LAW OF CONTRADICTION IN MODERN LOGIC
    • CHAPTER VII
  • SYMBOLISM AND MEANING
    • CHAPTER VIII
  • NOMINALISM
    • CHAPTER IX
  • AMBIGUITY AND SYMBOLIC LOGIC
    • CHAPTER X
  • LOGICAL ADDITION AND THE UTILITY OF SYMBOLISM
    • CHAPTER XI
  • CRITICISM
    • CHAPTER XII
  • HISTORICAL CRITICISM
    • CHAPTER XIII
  • IS THE MIND IN THE HEAD?
    • CHAPTER XIV
  • THE PRAGMATIST THEORY OF TRUTH
    • CHAPTER XV
  • ASSERTION
    • CHAPTER XVI
  • THE COMMUTATIVE LAW
    • CHAPTER XVII
  • UNIVERSAL AND PARTICULAR PROPOSITIONS
    • CHAPTER XVIII
  • DENIAL OF GENERALITY AND GENERALITY OF DENIAL
    • CHAPTER XIX
  • IMPLICATION
    • CHAPTER XX
  • DIGNITY
    • CHAPTER XXI
  • THE SYNTHETIC NATURE OF DEDUCTION
    • CHAPTER XXII
  • THE MORTALITY OF SOCRATES
    • CHAPTER XXIII
  • DENOTING
    • CHAPTER XXIV
  • THE
    • CHAPTER XXV
  • NON-ENTITY
    • CHAPTER XXVI
  • IS
    • CHAPTER XXVII
  • AND AND OR
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
  • THE CONVERSION OF RELATIONS
    • CHAPTER XXIX
  • PREVIOUS PHILOSOPHICAL THEORIES OF MATHEMATICS
    • CHAPTER XXX
  • FINITE AND INFINITE
    • CHAPTER XXXI
  • THE MATHEMATICAL ATTAINMENTS OF TRISTRAM SHANDY
    • CHAPTER XXXII
  • THE HARDSHIPS OF A MAN WITH AN UNLIMITED INCOME
    • CHAPTER XXXIII
  • THE RELATIONS OF MAGNITUDE OF CARDINAL NUMBERS
    • CHAPTER XXXIV
  • THE UNKNOWABLE
    • CHAPTER XXXV
  • MR. SPENCER, THE ATHANASIAN CREED AND THE ARTICLES
    • CHAPTER XXXVI
  • THE HUMOUR OF MATHEMATICIANS
    • CHAPTER XXXVII
  • THE PARADOXES OF LOGIC
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII
  • MODERN LOGIC AND SOME PHILOSOPHICAL ARGUMENTS
    • CHAPTER XXXIX
  • THE HIERARCHY OF JOKES
    • CHAPTER XL
  • THE EVIDENCE OF GEOMETRICAL PROPOSITIONS
    • CHAPTER XLI
  • ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE POSITION
    • CHAPTER XLII
  • LAUGHTER
    • CHAPTER XLIII
  • “GEDANKENEXPERIMENTE” AND EVOLUTIONARY ETHICS
  • APPENDIXES
    • A. LOGIC AND THE PRINCIPLE OF IDENTITY.
      • B. SYNTHESIS OF CONTRADICTORIES.
      • C. EMPIRICAL PHILOSOPHERS AND MATHEMATICS.
      • D. NOMINAL DEFINITION.
      • E. CONFORMITY OF A PARADOXICAL LOGIC WITH COMMON-SENSE.
      • F. IDEALISTS AND THE LAWS OF LOGIC.
      • G. DISTINCTION BETWEEN SIGN AND SIGNIFICATION.
      • H. NOMINALISM.
      • I. UTILITY OF SYMBOLIC LOGIC.
      • J. MISTAKE AS TO THE NATURE OF CRITICISM.
      • K. A CRITERION OF TRUTH.
      • L. UNIVERSAL AND PARTICULAR PROPOSITIONS.
      • M. DENOTING.
      • N. NON-ENTITY.
      • O. OBJECTS OF MATHEMATICAL LOGIC.
      • P. THE PRINCIPLE OF PERMANENCE.
      • Q. MATHEMATICIANS’ TREATMENT OF LOGIC.
      • R. METHOD IN MATHEMATICS AND LOGIC.
      • S. VERDICT THAT LOGIC IS PHILOSOPHY.
      • T. “GEDANKENEXPERIMENTE.”
    • B. SYNTHESIS OF CONTRADICTORIES.
    • C. EMPIRICAL PHILOSOPHERS AND MATHEMATICS.
    • D. NOMINAL DEFINITION.
    • E. CONFORMITY OF A PARADOXICAL LOGIC WITH COMMON-SENSE.
    • F. IDEALISTS AND THE LAWS OF LOGIC.
    • G. DISTINCTION BETWEEN SIGN AND SIGNIFICATION.
    • H. NOMINALISM.
    • I. UTILITY OF SYMBOLIC LOGIC.
    • J. MISTAKE AS TO THE NATURE OF CRITICISM.
    • K. A CRITERION OF TRUTH.
    • L. UNIVERSAL AND PARTICULAR PROPOSITIONS.
    • M. DENOTING.
    • N. NON-ENTITY.
    • O. OBJECTS OF MATHEMATICAL LOGIC.
    • P. THE PRINCIPLE OF PERMANENCE.
    • Q. MATHEMATICIANS’ TREATMENT OF LOGIC.
    • R. METHOD IN MATHEMATICS AND LOGIC.
    • S. VERDICT THAT LOGIC IS PHILOSOPHY.
    • T. “GEDANKENEXPERIMENTE.”
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